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Kath Dryden used to say, to tell the difference, plant 'em outside... if it's africanum it'll die
But take a look at the tuber - it's often pretty clear.
Thanks Diane and Melvyn for responding. Pic of a leaf is below as requested by Diane.The leaves are not fully developed yet. If I were to take a look a tuber now, rather than waiting until the next re-pot, would I be likely to damage growth in any way? I have four pots with two tubers in each and all survived last years bad winter in the greenhouse when I lost four pots of two year old Cyclamen rohlfsianum.
Hello all, I find this topic very interesting as I have what i was told is C africanum and it is white,It was at last Octobers AGS show at Loughborough and on the online show, It always flowers without the foliage, The plant in the picture is last year as it is just coming into flower,I hope i get the size right